[FoRK] Where Obama should be raked over the coals...

Ken Ganshirt @ Yahoo ken_ganshirt at yahoo.ca
Wed Sep 29 08:20:46 PDT 2010

--- On Thu, 9/23/10, Stephen D. Williams <sdw at lig.net> wrote:

> >>
> >> it doesn't point to "it will never happen" in very many cases.
> >>
> > What it does point to is that it rarely, if ever, happens in the magnitude
> > timeframe promised and rarely, if ever, delivers anything like what's promised.
> > And it's usually too expensive to contemplate even when it finally
> > arrives. That's the pattern most people see.
> >
> >          ...ken...
> Except when it's not.  ipods?  Toddlers with cell
> phones?  Laser reforming eyeballs in your neighborhood
> plaza?

ADHD?? The issue in question was not *that* these things have been delivered. Nor *when* they were delivered. Nor, even, *what* was delivered. 

The question is when they were *promised* and what was promised at that time. IT/Tech is notorious in the public mind for consistently underdelivering by every possible/meaningful measurement. For the most part, not unjustified.


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